Saturday, September 7, 2013

Legal Tech for the Poor

Reposting this, as it looks to be an interesting event! (Access to Justice point!)
The original posting is here.

Online Resources and Innovative Technologies to Assist the Unrepresented

This workshop will look at online tools that are being used to assist those that have a legal problem and don't have an attorney representing them. They can be in court or in different forums, or they might be dealing with a private party before the case escalates. We will quickly review the building blocks of online self-help: online forms, web chat, and statewide websites and their tools and then focus on new and innovate tools that are coming into place that will be game changers. These include online triage, online self-help forums, SMS Texting for reminders in case, and innovative use of email and websites to serve persons protected by Federal laws in the context of veterans.
Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Time: 1 pm ET / 12 pm CT / 11 am MT/ 10 PT 
  • Claudia Johnson, Pro Bono Net Program Manager LawHelp Interactive
Webinar Details
Register: The training will be held via, so no pre-registration is required. We’ve attached an iCalendar attachment to this email so this event can be easily added to your calendar.
Join the meeting:
Please enter your full name when prompted, followed by your organization information
(i.e. Jillian Theil, Pro Bono Net)
Join the audio conference:
No matter how you join the conference, everyone will be on the same audio call.
By phone:
Join the meeting, click on the phone icon and select "Join by phone." Dial the number and then the conference ID when prompted.
By computer via internet:
Join the meeting, click the phone icon and select 'Join by internet'. Click "Connect."
For more information on how to use the platform, please see this useful resource from LSNTAP.

To see the full schedule of upcoming LSNTAP trainings for the year, please visit For questions about these trainings, please contact Jillian Theil of Pro Bono Net at or (415) 400-8662, or Brian Rowe of Northwest Justice Project at or (206) 395-6094 or through chat.

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